Twitter | Search | |
Tibor Nagy
Assistant Secretary for U.S. Department of State's Bureau of African Affairs.
6,197
Tweets
595
Following
45,910
Followers
Tweets
Tibor Nagy Aug 17
U.S. Special Envoy for Sudan Donald Booth will continue to support the process of implementing these important agreements. (2/2)
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy Aug 17
I congratulate on the adoption of the Constitutional Declaration. We commend the African Union and Government of Ethiopia for the role they played in brokering this landmark agreement. (1/2)
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy retweeted
Secretary Pompeo Aug 17
To the people of , we congratulate you on today's signing of the Constitutional Declaration. The United States will continue to support you in your pursuit of a government that protects the rights of all Sudanese citizens and leads to free and fair elections.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy Aug 16
We condemn the excessive force the police used today against Zimbabweans who were seeking to demonstrate peacefully. We call on Zimbabwe’s security forces to respect human rights and to exercise restraint.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy retweeted
U.S. Embassy Harare Aug 14
We will be visiting victims of the latest violence against civil society and opposition activists to hear their stories and document their injuries. We call on the GOZ to condemn these attacks and hold those responsible to account.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy retweeted
US Mission to the UN Aug 14
UNOCA’s work is critical to promote regional peace and security in Central Africa. In Cameroon, UNOCA should encourage the parties to engage seriously in the existing Swiss-led mediation effort to find a sustainable resolution to the conflict in the Northwest and Southwest.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy retweeted
Secretary Pompeo Aug 14
Replying to @SecPompeo
I join the Sudanese people in their call for a transitional government that is truly civilian led and is fundamentally different than the Bashir regime, especially as it relates to its human rights record and abuses implemented by Gosh and other officials.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy retweeted
Secretary Pompeo Aug 14
Today I publicly designated Salah Gosh & his family members under Section 7031(c) for his involvement in gross violations of in . Those designated are ineligible for entry into the U.S. We will continue to hold accountable those who violate human rights.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy Aug 13
Happy to hear that Acting CEO is talking directly to African businesses about modernizing development financing.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy retweeted
EconDiplomacy@State Aug 12
Thanks to those who’ve registered! If you registered & haven’t received confirmation, please re-register at
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy Aug 9
Joint and Statement of Concern over the Erosion of Due Process in Tanzania.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy retweeted
U.S. Embassy Senegal Aug 9
Happy to host at an Embassy Town Hall, where he had the chance to meet and hear from U.S. diplomats and their families.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy Aug 9
Great to meet so many bright young Senegalese leaders last night. All were alumni of U.S. programs, including a wide variety of exchanges, and represent U.S. investment in the future of Africa.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy Aug 8
Today met with to discuss U.S.-Senegalese strong and growing economic ties -- investment, trade, public and private sectors working together. 
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy Aug 8
Amazing discussion with private sector partners in .  U.S.-Senegal commercial and investment partnerships are strong and growing. 
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy Aug 8
Very pleased to meet with Senegalese President and highlight the strong U.S.-Senegalese relationship. is a key economic and security partner.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy Aug 7
Thank you to Under Secretary Hale for meeting with our team @EmbassyKhartoum. We are fortunate to have them and appreciate the incredible work they have done.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy Aug 7
Under Secretary for Political Affairs David Hale encouraged all parties to implement the constitutional declaration that will form a civilian-led transitional government broadly accepted by the Sudanese people
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy Aug 7
Societies that enable women economically and politically are more stable and peaceful. U/S Hale notes supporting the courageous women of Sudan is in line with the Administration’s Women, Peace, and Security strategy.
Reply Retweet Like
Tibor Nagy retweeted
NSC Aug 7
We congratulate the Sudanese people on the agreement to form a transitional government. The United States looks forward to supporting a transitional government where civilian leaders are truly empowered and able to effect the changes desired by the people.
Reply Retweet Like